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Elsie Austin Pavilion

Austin Close

Mount Helena, WA 6082

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Habitat considerations for quendas and other small marsupials

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How do you rehabilitate bushland areas and maintain habitat for quendas and other small marsupials at the same time? Murdoch University’s Dr Amanda Kristancic will share her knowledge of quenda habitat considerations and the role artificial shelters can play in providing temporary sanctuary for quendas when undertaking bushland restoration.

A guided walk through nearby Lion Mill Creek Reserve will showcase the Friends of Lion Mill Creek’s current restoration project, where non-native vegetation is serving as important quenda habitat. Learn the importance of a staged rehabilitation approach, the benefits of artificial quenda shelter and investigate basic marsupial monitoring techniques. Be prepared to get hands-on with helping to improve quenda habitat in the reserve.

Please wear closed, water proof shoes and bring gloves and a hat.

Tea, coffee and biscuits provided

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